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Review of Trends in Lake Erie Water Quality with Emphasis on the 1978-1979 Intensive Survey.
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Review of trends in Lake Erie water quality with emphasis on the intensive survey. Windsor, Ont. ; Detroit, Mich.: International Joint Commission, Great Lakes Regional Office,  (OCoLC) Lake physics. In A Review of Trends in Lake Erie Water Quality with Emphasis on the Intensive Survey, D.E.
Rathke and C.J. Edwards (eds.). Center for Lake Erie Research, Columbus, OH, (). SCHWAB, D.J., and P.C. LIU. Intercomparison of wave measurements obtained from a NOMAD buoy and from a WAVERIDER buoy in Lake Erie. An intensive survey of Lake Erie followed in –, in which responsibility was shared between GLNPO, which conducted a two-year surveillance program to provide a baseline dataset, and the Canada Centre for Inland Waters, National Water Research Institute (CCIW-NWRI), which conducted projects focusing on more specific research questions (Rathke, ).Cited by: 9.
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